Let’s wind back to the glory days of print. In the 70s, Megan Norris was a cadet journalist who was told she wouldn’t last until Christmas because the other ‘token girl cadet’ on the team was prettier. Today, Megan is a court reporter and bestselling author who has seen some of the most gruesome cases you could imagine.
Ron Iddles is widely known as Australia’s greatest detective. After 42 years of eliciting confessions and nabbing murderers, he had a 99% conviction rate. Known as ‘The Good Cop’, Ron reflects on the cases that stuck with him.
Kath Pettingill has given birth to some of Australia’s worst criminals. She had six sons, they all ended up with criminal records, and three of them ended up dead.
Since the 1920s, a town built on rich farming soil around 500kms west of Sydney has been the epicentre of an organised crime network. Yep, there is Mafia in Griffith. But not just any Mafia, Calabrian Mafia.
Sallie-Anne Huckstepp had never intended to be a whistleblower, but when her drug-dealer boyfriend Warren Lanfranchi was shot and killed by crooked cop Roger Rogerson, she decided to speak out.